Singer Amy Winehouse has been taken to the hospital for tests, after fainting in London.
Amy’s rep said, “She was “doing admin” when she became unwell at her home on Monday afternoon but “quickly recovered”.
Her manager’s assistant was actually able to stop her from falling and contacted Mitch, Amy’s father, who took her to hospital “as a precaution”, the spokesman said.
Amy’s doctors are unsure what caused the incident and the star may be kept in the hospital overnight for observation.
The 24-year-old singer had been signing autographs for Canadian fans who had been waiting outside her house all day, her spokesman said.
She is being treated at the London Clinic in Marylebone.
There have long been concerns about Winehouse’s health. Last year, she was admitted to a hospital in London suffering from “severe exhaustion”, and there were reports she was being treated in a rehabilitation clinic.
And following several cancelled concerts, Amy Winehouse’s father, Mitch, spoke out about her drug use.